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IATA Global Media Days is taking place 6-7 December in Geneva with some 100 journalists. Access all media material developed for this major press conference.
IATA has appointed Glory Henriette as IATA’s Country Manager for Indonesia with effect from today, 21 November 2022.
Jamall will lead IATA’s activities and initiatives in the development and progress of Pakistan’s aviation sector.
IATA Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Philip Goh welcomed Australia's latest development on border reopening.
The Philippine government's decision to open border to fully vaccinated travellers will facilitate the recovery the aviation industry and the tourism sector.
IATA Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Philip Goh applauded Australia's latest development on border reopening.
The IATA Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Environment and Sustainability took place virtually on 21 April as part of the continued efforts in preparing the industry for the environmental challenges ahead.